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2020 Year in Review: Recent Developments in Federal Tax Law for Tax-Exempt Organziations

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Review current developments in the federal tax law concerning tax-exempt organizations, including the status of Treasury and IRS guidance regarding applicable provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and recently issued proposed regulations, IRS rulings, and court opinions. Learn about the Exempt Organizations Division’s FY 2020 program letter and current Priority Guidance Plan, application of the commerciality doctrine, and recent law developments concerning qualification for tax exemption, the private inurement and private benefit doctrine, legislative and political campaign activity rules, governance, public charity status, supporting organizations, private foundations, donor-advised funds, unrelated business, fundraising regulations, charitable giving, and litigation.
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Specialization: Estate Planning and Probate Law | Tax Law

TX MCLE credit expires: 2/28/2021

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1. Year in Review (Feb 2020)

Alexander L. Reid

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Session 1:

Year in Review (Feb 2020)

Review current developments in the federal tax law concerning tax-exempt organizations, including the status of Treasury and IRS guidance regarding applicable provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and recently issued proposed regulations, IRS rulings, and court opinions. Address the Exempt Organizations Division’s FY 2020 program letter and current Priority Guidance Plan, application of the commerciality doctrine, and recent law developments concerning qualification for tax exemption, the private inurement and private benefit doctrine, legislative and political campaign activity rules, governance, public charity status, supporting organizations, private foundations, donor-advised funds, unrelated business, fundraising regulations, charitable giving, and litigation.

Originally presented at: Jan 2020 Nonprofit Organizations Institute

Alexander L. Reid, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP - Washington, DC